With a relationship with VMware that began shortly after the company’s inception, it’s no surprise that Atomic Data has a rapidly growing cloud services business.
As we look to emerge from the coronavirus-induced Great Sports Hiatus, teams and venues everywhere are focused on reducing two things: infection risks and costs. “Right now, there are a few things all venues are worrying about as everyone gets ready to re-open,” according to Ted Mondale, head of business development and government relations at Atomic Data, a Minneapolis-based IT as a Service (ITaaS) firm. “First, they are uncertain on exactly how everything is going to happen. Secondly, they want to open as efficiently–read: as cheaply–as possible. "
With more and more companies looking to move diverse facets of their IT operations to Managed Service Providers, one topic that often comes up is how your organization evaluates the security of a service provider's operations.
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic represents a golden opportunity for malicious actors. They're ramping up their phishing attempts, sending fraudulent emails in an effort to obtain information, initiate transfers, deploy malicious software, and more.
“The personal is becoming universal” - how Abby Engle is combining art and business to forge a different path.
March 02, 2020 Community Action
Many of us have been taught that we should have one career and that the jobs we have within that form our identity.